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Karasuno heads back after the match with Seijoh to regroup before the next day. With amazing support from their peers, the team prepares to fight against Shiratorizawa.
Karasuno is practicing hard! Hinata and Kageyama’s competitive spirits haven’t died down - they sprint away from the rest of the team and run into an unexpected person.
Hinata, Kageyama, Nishinoya and Tanaka might be in trouble; if they fail a class, they’ll miss the trip to Tokyo! They hit the books while Shimizu looks for another manager.
Despite finding herself drawn further into the team, Yachi’s still not sure about officially joining. When Hinata finds out why she’s hesitating, he immediately takes action.
The team heads to Tokyo! But even as they struggle against powerhouse schools, they notice a new member on the Nekoma team.
During a practice game with Nekoma, Hinata has a tough realization about himself that could either help the team grow, or ruin their entire dynamic.
Coach Ukai introduces Hinata to his grandfather - the coach who took Karasuno to Nationals! Kageyama runs into Oikawa, who challenges Kageyama’s view of power on the court.
As the team evolves, one player seems to be resistant to change. Tsukishima seems resigned to being overshadowed by Hinata - will he overcome this or stay stagnant?
Tsukishima used to enjoy volleyball, but something changed in middle school. Yamaguchi attempts to break through Tsukishima’s indifference, but will it have an effect?
The team continues to grow, but Hinata feels like he’s the only one failing to do so. In an effort to improve, he asks to train with Fukurodani’s ace and setter.
Determined to win at least one set in their last match of the camp against Fukurodani, Karasuno will have to work together to show just how much they’ve grown!
With the training camp behind them, all of the teams enjoy a well-deserved barbecue. Hinata finds out the names of those Karasuno has to beat to become the best.
The fight to Nationals begins! Karasuno takes the court against Ohgi Minami in their first match of the Spring Tournament.
To get through the prelims, Karasuno will have to beat a giant; the opposing team has a member who’s extremely tall and continues to get point after point!
As the qualifiers for Nationals approach, everyone’s fired up and practicing their hardest, even Tsukishima! With the intensity growing, Kenma and Hinata make a pact.
Karasuno’s first qualifier match is up! The opponent, Johzenji High, displays a playful and lighthearted attitude, but their recklessness may prove to be a problem.
Karasuno faces the kind of team they struggle most against: steady and calm. Wakunan is not only a team challenge, but also a captain face off!
As Daichi exits the court, a second year has to push through his self doubt to lead the team in his stead. On top of that, Yamaguchi comes in to serve but gets nervous.
The entire team is out of whack without their captain. Wakunan’s ace has the closest play style to the Little Giant Hinata’s ever encountered; can he go head to head with him?
With the outcome determining their next opponent, Karasuno watches Aoba Johsai and Date Tech battle it out. Can Karasuno conquer their nerves as they head to face the winner?
Once more, Karasuno faces one of their toughest rivals, Aoba Johsai. Will the crows’ new wings get them soaring high enough to be a match for Oikawa and an unexpected mad dog?
With the addition of “Mad Dog” Kyotani, Aoba Johsai added some unexpected firepower to their team, but also some recklessness. Can Karasuno use that to their advantage?
As Aoba Johsai picks up the momentum, Karasuno needs a miracle to turn it around. After running away, will Yamaguchi be able to return as a pinch server and save the game?
In the final set against Seijoh, Karasuno struggles against Oikawa’s monster serves, yet Mad Dog earns his title, giving Hinata the chance to cause the game’s tipping point.
Focused on keeping the ball up, both teams are giving everything they’ve got. Will the necessity for a winner and a loser allow each team to walk away proud of their actions?
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